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Hadoop and Enterprise Data Hubs: Aspirational Marketing

Merv Adrian:

In those same shops, there are thousands of significant database instances, and tens of thousands of applications — and those are conservative numbers. So the first few Hadoop applications will represent a toehold in their information infrastructure. It will be a significant beachhead, and it will grow as long as the community of vendors and open source committers deliver on the exciting promise of added functionality we see described in the budding Hadoop 2.0 era, adding to its early successes in some analytics and data integration workloads.

So “Enterprise Data Hub?” Not yet. At best in 2014, Hadoop will begin to build a role as part of an Enterprise Data Spoke in some shops.

This is today. Tomorrow might be Data Lakes.

Original title and link: Hadoop and Enterprise Data Hubs: Aspirational Marketing (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blogs.gartner.com/merv-adrian/2014/01/17/aspirational-marketing-and-enterprise-data-hubs/